It seems depending upon our current careers and past jobs influences what our desires are in any car

It seems depending upon our current careers and past jobs influences what our desires are in any car

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It seems depending upon our current careers and past jobs influences what our desires are in any career. It would make sense that someone who is a teacher or doctor would rank importance of career or position affecting others higher than myself who has been in retail for 28 years. While yes my job does affect others , it doesn’t affect others like a doctor or teacher. It also seems a person’s life situation affects their opinion or what is important. For example being married with 3 children, a job that has me working overnight is not very advantageous. So I find working the same hours as my spouse more beneficial to the family unit. So for me that may be ranked higher than someone who is single and does not have children. As for how our team and came about it’s rankings, we talked them out and stated
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Unformatted text preview: our points as to why one was more important than the other. Much though, was left up to majority rule and taking a sort of an average of the rankings. If one objective was seen ranked differently by all members we needed to look on average where does it fall out of the 10. Really we set up the easiest ones first, the ones that we all agreed on. Then from there we filled in the holes using the techniques mentioned. One thing is for sure we all agreed that having responsibility, doing all of the job, not part and autonomy/Freedom in work were and needed to be ranked very high on the list. Also it was unanimous that making friends on the job was last....
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